Saturday, September 03, 2005

Opinion_enjoy a free weekend


After started working again, suddenly I feel the importance of a free weekend.

Slept at 3 am in the evening, I got up pretty late today, almost 11am. Wearing my favorite clothes, I got to a famour Chinese restaurant in the downtown. Though my friend came an hour late, I enjoy a fantastic meal with her in a nice mood. We eat the traditional Chinese morning tea as well as the most popular dessert in the restaurant. At last, I gave the manager a big smie.

After that, I went back to school to enjoy the fresh air here. Sitting in the computer roon, I viewed all the blogs in my portofolio that were missed in the working day, also I read many interesting news(not in financial sector, of course). I even go to a science fiction website in my university to download the list for SF films and fictions. I may write some of the science fiction in the future.

There may be a gathering in the evening. If not, I will go back home and work on my SF plan. Amy is always a SF fun and believes in the stuffs such as time travel and butterfly effect. Hoho, my dream is to be a SF writer, though it is still too early to say.

Tomorrow is free, too. No plan yet, but there will be some interesting things to do.

6 comments:

Lilya said...

you look great!

the Bromgrev said...

So you want to write SF, huh? You'll have to get in line, I was here first! :-)

Amy or koala said...

Thanks, Lily:)

Bromgrev, you also write SF?

the Bromgrev said...

Haha, what I mean is I also wish to be an SF writer! I've written countless plot outlines, and even got as far as writing half a chapter, once, but I've never had the patience to make the dream come true ... :-(

Amy or koala said...

hoho, really? What kind of SF do you like? Have you learned SF writing style before?

the Bromgrev said...

Well, being male, I mainly like "hard" SF like Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke, but I'll try to read almost anything if it looks interesting enough. Learned SF writing style? Can't say I have, although I read almost nothing else and even my primary school essays always turned into SF.